Archive for October, 2010

Microsoft announces Office 365

Microsoft announced today the newest implementation of cloud services in the MS Office platform, called Office 365. Continue reading

Announcing Microsoft Windows Embedded Automotive 7

Microsoft today announced the availability of Windows Embedded Automotive 7 to select car makers and suppliers in the automotive industry. Designed to support the development of new Continue reading

Microsoft and Wikipedia colloborates to launch wikiBhasha

Microsoft Research has announced the launch of the beta version of WikiBhasha, a multilingual content creation tool for Wikipedia. The WikiBhasha tool enables contributors to Wikipedia to find content from Continue reading

Fix for Windows Kernel Event ID 41 error: System has rebooted without cleanly shutting down

Windows kernel Event ID 41 is a very common error to find on out in the Event Viewer, now-a-days on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008. Microsoft recently published an article about ways to fix those issues. Continue reading

Comparison: Microsoft Office Suite and

Microsoft has released a set of videos, comparing its Microsoft Office suite with,  one of the freeware alternative ( OpenOfficeZoho Office, Thinkfree, Google DocsLotus Symphony) to Microsoft Office. It has released a Continue reading

What is Microsoft Interoperability Bridges & Lab Centre

Microsoft has a website to help you work with Java and other technologies in Microsoft products called Interoperability Bridges and Labs Center. Continue reading

Eset SysInspector: Free Windows diagnostic tool

Eset SysInspector is a free, state of the art diagnostic tool for Windows systems. It is a convenient utility for the tool box of every IT expert and the average Jane/Joe users. Continue reading

Windows 7: Make Math easy with Math Input Panel

If you use your computer to solve math problems or to create documents or presentations that have typed mathematical expressions in them, Math Input Panel makes the process easier and more natural. With the use Continue reading

Tidbits: What to expect in Windows 8

Due to mistakenly leaked set of documents Microsoft shared with its PC maker partners we now have an inside look at what Microsoft is currently thinking about including in Windows 8. These plans, of course, are bound to Continue reading

Download: Skype 5.0 for Windows out of Beta, integrates Facebook News Feed and Phonebook

A new version of Skype for Windows has been announced. This version integrates the Facebook News Feed and Phonebook into Skype, making it easier to stay connected with the people and communities you care about. Continue reading